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Old 01-09-2020, 02:08 PM
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Default Re: Focusrite 18i8, iMac High Sierra, Midi keyboard

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I used Expand!2... However, I must have not set it correctly or something. I launched PT just now to check the setting, and there wasn't an insert at all. I added Expand!2 to Insert A and it now is playing at a proper volume.

Queue happy dance.

Thank you again for all the attention and advice. It really helped me.
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